At Café Chez Suzette, The Crêpes Suzette & Charming Décor Transport You To French Riviera
The bistro-style fare is better than the brunch plates at this new spot opened by the ex-maître d' of L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon restaurant.
Teck Lim Road, one of the small streets off uber trendy Keong Saik Road, welcomes a new player in the form of French-inspired Chez Suzette, a lovely two-storey cafe and all-day bistro that serves up classic brunch fare and French bistro-style plates all day long. It’s been open since the end of August, and is just across the street from Burnt Ends. It’s a gorgeous space that’s bright and airy, with subtle designer touches and a distinct European sophistication. We’re told it used to house a design school before the restaurateurs moved in and revamped it with a luxurious European sheen. It feels, on our weekday afternoon visit, almost like sitting at a swish French cafe, watching people outside amble by. Well, except for the blistering heat and muggy humidity.
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